About the Journal
Focus and Scope
British Journal of Healthcare & Medical Research (BJHR) is an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal that provides an easy access to high quality manuscripts in all related aspects of diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease, illness, injury, and other physical and mental impairments in human beings. The journal also focuses upon the challenges and opportunities and how healthcare can benefit from it in terms of reduced costs and improved diagnosis, therapy, and care. Access to health care manuscripts provides an insight that varies across countries, groups, and individuals, largely influenced by social and economic conditions as well as the health policies in place.
Aims and Scope
The journal brings professionals in medicine, psychology, physiotherapy, nursing, dentistry, midwifery (obstetrics) and allied health, plus many other disciplines such as public health practitioners, community health workers and assistive personnel, who systematically provide personal and population-based preventive, curative and rehabilitative care services in health care under single roof.
BJHMR accepts original research articles, review articles, case reports, mini reviews, rapid communication, opinions and editorials on all related aspects of treating impairments in human beings. All the published content is made openly accessible freely under Creative Common Attribution License.
We encourage researchers to publish their experimental and theoretical results in as much detail as possible. For theoretical papers, full details of proofs must be provided so that the results can be checked; for experimental papers, full experimental details must be provided so that the results can be reproduced. Additionally, electronic files or software regarding the full details of the calculations, experimental procedure, etc., can be deposited along with the publication as “Supplementary Material”.
This journal covers all topics related to all aspects of medicine and health care research. Research fields of interest include but are not limited to
- ◈ Advanced medical investigation and treatment
- ◈ Experimental medicine
- ◈ Uncommon diagnostic or surgical procedures
- ◈ Health assessment
Laboratory and diagnostic procedures
- ◈ Medication management
- ◈ Early diagnosis
Treatment and comprehensive strategies
- ◈ Morbidity and mortality
- ◈ Long term outcomes
- ◈ Scoring systems and outcome prediction
- ◈ Socio-economic burden of chronic care
- ◈ Emergency, perioperative and intensive care
- ◈ Pediatric/neonates care, monitoring, support
- ◈ Magnetic resonance
- ◈ Computed tomography
- ◈ X-ray and Abdominal Imaging
- ◈ Nuclear medicine
- ◈ Histopathology & Radiology
- ◈ Diagnosis
- ◈ Health care materials
- ◈ Health informatics (electronic and online based clinical studies and medical research)
- ◈ Health policy
- ◈ Mental health
- ◈ Nursing
- ◈ Prevention and cure
- ◈ Sport
- ◈ Treatment
- ◈ Healthcare Care redesign
- ◈ Applied health IT
- ◈ Payment innovation
- ◈ Managerial innovation
- ◈ Quality improvement (QI) research
- ◈ New training and education models
- ◈ Comparative delivery innovation
- ◈ Web-Based Delivery of Medical Information
- ◈ Medical Image Visualization
- ◈ Medical knowledge engineering
- ◈ Decision Support Systems
- ◈ Android & iPhone health applications e-Health
- ◈ Machine Vision in Medicine
- ◈ Video and range data images
- ◈ Pattern recognition in Medical images
- ◈ Fuzzy and neural techniques in vision
- ◈ Artificial Intelligence in Medicine
- ◈ Graph theory in Medical image processing
- ◈ Signal and Image Processing in Medicine
- ◈ Artificial Intelligence in Medicine
This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). and abides by its Code of Conduct and aims to adhere to its Best Practice Guidelines.
All the articles in SSE journals remain copyrighted with the authors.Under the terms of the license agreement, the authors retain the following rights:
- To post a copy of their submitted manuscript (pre-print) on their own Web site, an institutional repository, or their funding body’s designated archive (no embargo period).
- To post a copy of their accepted manuscript (post-print) on their own Web site, an institutional repository, or their funding body’s designated archive (no embargo period). Authors who archive or self-archive accepted articles are asked to provide a hyperlink from the manuscript to the Journal’s Web site.
- Authors, and any academic institution where they work at the time, may reproduce their manuscript for the purpose of course teaching.
- Authors may reuse all or part of their manuscript in other works created by them for non-commercial purposes, provided the original publication in an SSE journal is acknowledged through a note or citation.
These authors’ rights ensure that SSE journals are compliant with open access policies of research funding agencies, including the US National Institutes of Health, the Welcome Trust, the UK Medical Research Council, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, the Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale in France, and others.
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